Netflix Signs New Deal With CW, Retains Non-Exclusive Streaming Rights

Netflix Signs New Deal With CW, Retains Non-Exclusive Streaming Rights

0 / October 13, 2011

Netflix on Thursday announced a new four-year deal with the CW network, a partnership that will allow the streaming video provider to offer previous and new series shows to their customer base of more than 24 million subscribers. Under the […]

AOL’s Tim Armstrong Trying To Merge Company With Yahoo

AOL’s Tim Armstrong Trying To Merge Company With Yahoo

0 / October 12, 2011

Tim Armstrong is hoping Yahoo shareholders can see the value in merging AOL with Yahoo to create a massive content company. According to a Reuters source Armstrong believes selling AOL to Yahoo could save the combined company’s $1.5 billion in […]

Huffington Post Media Group Launches French Website ‘Le Huffington Post’

Huffington Post Media Group Launches French Website ‘Le Huffington Post’

0 / October 12, 2011

The Huffington Post Media Group has partnered with Le Mond Group and Les Nouvelles Editions to create Le Huffington Post a french version of the popular online American news portal. Under the partnership the Huffington Post platform will power a […]

AOL Launches Editors Room, Brings Curated Video Content To Publishers

AOL Launches Editors Room, Brings Curated Video Content To Publishers

0 / October 12, 2011

AOL Video on Wednesday launched Editors Room a new video embed platform that allows publishers to post thousands of videos on their website while earning money from their use. The platform currently offers more than 250,000 curated premium videos from […]

FMR LLC Cuts AOL Holdings To Less Than 5 Percent

FMR LLC Cuts AOL Holdings To Less Than 5 Percent

0 / October 11, 2011

FMR LLC, the parent company of Fidelity Management & Research Co. has slashed their holdings in AOL to less than 5 perent according to a regulatory filing made on Tuesday. The investment firm had raised their AOL holdings to 10.32 percent […]

HBO Partners With Roku To Deliver ‘HBO Go’ Service

HBO Partners With Roku To Deliver ‘HBO Go’ Service

0 / October 11, 2011

HBO on Tuesday announced that their HBO Go service will be available on Roku boxes by the end of the month after Roku and Time Warner reached an agreement regarding the platform. Under the deal HBO Go service will provide […]

AOL Turnaround Could Actually Be Working [Analyst Report]

AOL Turnaround Could Actually Be Working [Analyst Report]

0 / October 11, 2011

Brian Pitz and Brian Fitzgerald, analysts for UBS believe AOL may finally be turning things around, predicting that the company will have earned $532 million in Q3 revenue, ahead of industry expectations set at $525 million. In their report the […]

Netflix Realizes Qwikster Was Dumbest Idea Ever, Quickly Abandons It

Netflix Realizes Qwikster Was Dumbest Idea Ever, Quickly Abandons It

0 / October 10, 2011

Netflix has officially ditched plans to spin-off their DVD-by-mail service into a new platform called Qwikster. Netflix CEO Reed Hastings made the announcement on Monday while stating: “It is clear that for many of our members two websites would make […]

Three New York Blogs Get Caught Accepting Gifts For Reviews, Offer No Disclosure Statements

Three New York Blogs Get Caught Accepting Gifts For Reviews, Offer No Disclosure Statements

0 / October 10, 2011

While it’s not illegal to accept gifts, money and other rewards for creating blog posts on your blog/website, the FCC does require a full disclosure and your readers typically want to know if a post it paid for by an […]

Demand Media Cutting Out Most Contributors, Focusing On Lengthy Content

Demand Media Cutting Out Most Contributors, Focusing On Lengthy Content

1 / October 10, 2011

Facing drastic cuts on pageviews and ultimately revenue, content mill Demand Media announced on Monday that they will cut down on the number of eHow related articles they create and instead focus on lengthy articles written by journalists with at […]

Yahoo Reportedly Loses Hulu Bidding As Google Hangs On

Yahoo Reportedly Loses Hulu Bidding As Google Hangs On

1 / October 10, 2011

The bidding process for Hulu is slimming down and reports are now circulating that Yahoo, Inc. has dropped out of the process after placing a big in the vicinity of $1 billion to $2 billion. The Wall Street Journal revealed […]

Rdio Offers 7-Day Trial For Facebook Users

Rdio Offers 7-Day Trial For Facebook Users

0 / October 7, 2011

Rdio on Friday began rolling out a new Facebook integration that allows users who sign in with their Facebook accounts to receive a free 7-day trial of the company’s desktop web music streaming program. Currently Rdio charges $4.99 for unlimited […]

5th Annual Mashable Awards Announced, 28 Categories Available

5th Annual Mashable Awards Announced, 28 Categories Available

0 / October 6, 2011

Leading social media reporting website Mashable has officially announced the 5th Annual Mashable Awards, a celebration of the best in social media, tech, business and entertainment. 28 different categories will be awarded at this years awards ceremony and nominations will run from […]

Microsoft Not Ready To Place Yahoo Bid

Microsoft Not Ready To Place Yahoo Bid

0 / October 6, 2011

Insiders close to Microsoft announced on Wednesday that the company is nowhere near ready to place a bid for Yahoo! Inc. According to those same insiders Microsoft officials are planning to examine Yahoo’s financial information when it circulates later this week, […]